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Car Stolen at Knife Point in Bordertown

Car Stolen at Knife Point in Bordertown

Wednesday 30th April 2014 A Bordertown woman in her 70’s has allegedly been injured in a car jacking at the Caltex service station on North Terrace in Bordertown tonight. The…

Cyclist Killed in Crash on Wimmera Highway

Cyclist Killed in Crash on Wimmera Highway

Thursday, 24 April 2014 1:31pm Fatal crash near Naracoorte Motorists are advised Limestone Coast Police and emergency services crews are at the scene of a fatal crash between a car and cyclist on…

Commercial Quantity of Cannabis Seized in Mt Gambier

Commercial Quantity of Cannabis Seized in Mt Gambier

Wednesday 23rd April 2014 Police have arrested a man for allegedly growing cannabis in Mount Gambier. At about 9 pm yesterday, police searched the man’s house and found 11 cannabis plants, along…

Penola to Celebrate Twenty Years of Co-Opera in May

Penola to Celebrate Twenty Years of Co-Opera in May

Friday 18th April 2014 The 2014 Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival Committee is thrilled to present Co-Opera’s new touring production of ‘Madame Butterfly’ as part of the official Festival program launched…

South Australia’s Regional Unemployment up to 8.5%

South Australia’s Regional Unemployment up to 8.5%

Thursday 17th April 2014 A conga line of Employment Ministers In the wake of a disastrous rise in unemployment in regional South Australia the State Liberals are demanding Minister for…

Drug Bust in Keith

Drug Bust in Keith

Wednesday 16th April 2014 A Keith man has been reported for cultivating a commercial amount of cannabis after police allegedly found 39 plants at an address. Police from Keith, Bordertown and…

Forestry Jobs in South East to Go?

Forestry Jobs in South East to Go?

Labor Takes Axe to Forestry Jobs? Tuesday 15th April 2014 Premier Jay Weatherill must urgently rule out axing 150 Forestry SA jobs in Mt Gambier and the South East, Mt…

SA Liberals Want Advisory Board of Agriculture Funding Reinstated

SA Liberals Want Advisory Board of Agriculture Funding Reinstated

State Liberals call on Weatherill Labor Government to reinstate funding to ABA Tuesday 15th April 2014 The State Liberals have called on the Weatherill Labor Government to reinstate $100,000 in…

Destruction of Bees no Longer in the Realm of Science Fiction

Destruction of Bees no Longer in the Realm of Science Fiction

A Senate Inquiry into beekeeping starts tomorrow in Murray Bridge Threats to bees could crush Australian agriculture Monday 14th April 2014 Independent Senator for South Australia, Nick Xenophon, has highlighted…

Nora Heysen Exhibition Opens at Bordertown Walkway Gallery

Nora Heysen Exhibition Opens at Bordertown Walkway Gallery

Friday 11th April 2014 For the Love of Drawing – Nora Heysen One of the most exciting exhibitions to be shown at the Walkway Gallery in Bordertown was opened by…

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